The Dark Side of the Atlanta BeltLine

Ponce City Market, a symbol of gentrifying neighborhoods in Atlanta, looms over the busy Eastside Trail. Credit: Atlanta Beltline Inc.
A condo at The Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing, built to be “affordable housing,” commands a sale price within reach for only the richest 25% of Atlantans. Credit: http://jonsatlantarealestate.blogspot.com/.

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A. Kamma

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Occasionally writing stuff about politics, cities, and birds.

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